P-22 stayed in the heart of Los Angeles for 10 years, eating mule deer and raccoons, weaving through hillside neighborhoods, causing the occasional media frenzy by lodging under a house or killing a koala at the zoo.
These escapades, along with his photogenic face, have helped make P-22 the most famous and beloved puma in the world.
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Post Scriptum : Saying the P-22 might “show signs of distress,” wildlife officials announced Dec. 8 that they planned to trap the puma to assess its condition. In November, P-22 killed a Chihuahua on a leash while its owner was walking it and attacked another Chihuahua this month.
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